Stine Helene Falsig Pedersen

Stine Helene Falsig Pedersen

Professor

Personal data

Birthdate and -place: March 28, 1967, Copenhagen, Denmark
Private address: H.A. Clausensvej 25, 2820 Gentofte; phone (+45) 33143464/mobile 20991555
Work address: Dept. of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 13, Universitetsparken, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark; phone (+45) 35321546; sfpedersen@aki.ku.dk
Present occupation: Associate professor
Private status: Married, two children (1999, 2005)

Education and positions

2006 - Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, University of Copenhagen
2003-2006 Assistant professor, Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Copenhagen
2001-2003 Visiting scientist, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis, USA
2000-2003 Research adjunct (Carlsberg foundation), August Krogh Inst., University of Copenhagen
1998-2000 Clinical Research, H. Lundbeck A/S, Valby, Denmark
1998 Awarded the Ph.D. degree, August Krogh Institute, University of Copenhagen
1997 Visiting scientist, Katholieke Universitet, Leuven, Belgium
1995 Visiting scientist, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis, USA
1995-1998 Ph.D. student, August Krogh Institute, University of Copenhagen
1991-1994 Masters degree, University of Copenhagen, biology (incl. 1 year at UC London).
1991 Degree in applied arts, Danish School of Design
1987 Bachelor of science, biology

Recent international scientific oral communications/invited talks 

Biophysical society int. meeting 2003 TX, USA; MDI Biological laboratories, ME, USA 2003; 3rd international symposium cell volume and cell signalling, OH, USA 2003; NorFa meeting Salt and Water transport, Gålå 2004; Red Cell Club annual meeting 2004, Missouri, USA; Sandbjerg meeting on membrane transport 2006; Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, CA 2006; Hepatology, Düsseldorf 2006; Experimental Biology Washington 2007; Gordon conference on Cell Volume Regulation, Aussois, France, 2007; Cell Volume Control-Function, Salzburg, Austria 2007; Keio School of Med. Microcirculation symposium, Davis, CA, 2008; IUPS meeting Kyoto 2009 (invited).

Honors and grants since 2002 include

Direktoer Ib Henriksens fond (2002); New investigator award, Mount Desert Island Biological laboratories (MDIBL), ME, USA (2003); The Bodil Schmidt-Nielsen fellowship, MDIBL (2003); Carlsberg Foundation (2003); Augustinus fonden (2004); Gangstedfonden (2004); Fonden af 1870 (2004); Midtjyske bladfond (2004), Fonden for Natur og Univers (2006-07; 2007-09); Danish Cancer Society (co-applicant; 2006-07); Danish National Research Council (co-applicant; 2005-); Novo Nordisk foundation, 2007; Fonden for Natur og Univers (coapplicant 2008-2010); Carlsberg Foundation (2008).

Teaching experience includes

Biochemistry (1995-1997), Cell signaling PhD course (1998); Fluorescence techniques summer university (2001); 2003 to current: teaches and coordinates courses in Cell Biology and Developmental Biology, Univ. of Cph., Bachelor and Grad. level; Biological Membranes, Drug Targets & Absorption Barriers PhD course, FARMA, KU (2004); Bachelor, Masters, and Ph.D. student supervision, -examination, and -opponentship.

Referee-, opponent-, grant evaluator-, editor, and other positions of trust include

Grant evaluator: National Science Foundation, USA (2002, 2007); Reviewer: J. Physiol. (Lond.); Exp. Cell Res.; Am. J. Physiol.; Cell. Physiol. Biochem.; Oncology; Eur J Physiol; J Cereb Blood Flow Metab; PhD thesis opponent/committee chair: 2006, 2007; Guest editor Acta Phsyiologica 2006; Dept. of Biology committees on communication (2004-), and education (2007-).

Academic society memberships

Danish Biochemical society (2000-); Biophysical society (2001-); Am. physiological society (2003-); MDI Biological Laboratories (2003-); Scand. Physiological Society (2006-); Am. Society for Cell Biology (2007).

Total peer-reviewed scientific publications

1 editorial, 13 review articles, 34 original papers, and more than 35 published abstracts

Education

PhD

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